Shiva Divine Protection Mantra is a Raksha mantra. This is the most effective and powerful Lord Shiva Mantra. The sadhak of the mantra seeks the divine protection of the Lord.
This mantra is said to fulfill your innermost wishes. This Mantra gives protection against evil energies and averts the dangers coming your way.
Lord Shiva is the Lord of all Yogis, Aghoris, Yaksha, and Kinnara. Shiva is the destroyer of the world and the destroyer of death also. The simple meaning of Shiva in Hindi is Kalyan.
Shiva is very easy to please and placate. Lord Shiva provides every boon to his followers in any form.
Shiva is one of the most important gods in the Hindu pantheon and is considered a member of the holy trinity of Hinduism with Brahma and Vishnu. In Hinduism, the universe is thought to regenerate in cycles (every 2,160,000,000 years).
Shiva destroys the universe at the end of each cycle which then allows for a new Creation. Shiva is also the great ascetic, abstaining from all forms of indulgence and pleasure, concentrating rather a on meditation as a means to find perfect happiness.
He also has a darker side as the leader of evil spirits, ghosts and as the master of thieves, villains, and beggars. Shiva is the most important Hindu god for the Shaivism sect, the patron of Yogis and Brahmins, and also the protector of the Vedas, the sacred texts.
This Mantra Removes all obstacles and turns that into opportunities. Simple and effective mantra.
How To Chant Shiva Divine Protection Mantra
- The mantra is most useful for dedicated and committed Shiva Devotees.
- This most powerful Shiva mantra for divine protection is recommended to be recited 108 times early in the morning after taking shower.
- Whenever you feel negative or sad, chant this mantra 21 times and feel the difference.
- Chant before journeys and auspicious tasks.
ऊँ नमो भगवते श्री व्याडेश्वराय भूतनाथाय भूत बाधां नाशय नाशय कष्टं चूरय चूरय मनोवांछितं पूरय पूरय ऊँ ह्रीं श्रीं श्रीं व्याडेश्वराय नमः”
“Om namo bhagavate shri vyadeshwaray bhoot naathaya bhoot bhadham nashaya nashaya kashtam churaya churaya manovanshitam purya purya om hreem shreem shreem vyadeshvraya namah”